Very Good in Good jacket. Pages are crisp and clean except for a prior owner's name on the front free endpaper and some toning and light dust staining around the outside edges; binding is square and secure, hard cover only mildly rubbed at the spine ends. Dustjacket bears short, open tears and chipping at the corners and spine ends, wear along the top and bottom edges and spots of rubbing along the spine sides, a small scuff near each spine end, and some foxing around the rear, otherwise sound. 241pp. w/ index.
Fine in Good jacket. University of Toronto Press. Toronto, 1966. First Edition. Fine in brown cloth in a Good dust jacket edge-chip, closed tear. Chapman ( 1559-1634) was a powerful literary figure of English Renaissance, melancholic and witty he attempted almost every genre of peotry practised in his day. Plates. 241pp.
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